CORONAVIRUS — COVID-19 and Our Firm
At this time, Brown, Brown & Young, P.A. is operating at 100%, and will continue to do so, throughout the duration of the COVID-19 crisis. You can count on us!
Throughout the almost 120 years our firm has been in practice, our top priorities have always included the health and safety of our employees, business partners, clients and the community we are privileged to be a part of, and to serve.
For the safety of everyone, and in compliance with the Executive Orders as issued by Governor Hogan, we are limiting PHYSICAL ACCESS to our offices for both staff and clients alike. Those of us who have technology at home that allows full access to needed files and data may be working from home, with full confidentiality established for any files or information.
Other staff members may be working in the offices, observing the protections necessary to uphold our essential business practices, while remaining in full compliance with the Executive Order.
How We Handle Estate Planning, Wills, POAs and Other Documents in These Times
There are special circumstances respecting the estate planning area of our practice. To learn more about this, here is information from Jay Young and our Estate Planning attorneys.
Remote Conferencing Is Also Available
As an additional service, Brown, Brown & Young offers you the extra safety of remote video conferencing, calling and presentations, using ZOOM technology. Our clients can download the free ZOOM app at no expense to them. Simply call and ask us to host the meeting. You can attend by PC, laptop, a tablet or a smartphone!
Help for Our Commercial Leasing Clients
Commercial lease-holders face especial challenges in these pandemic times, including the application of "Force Majeure" and more. Here is valuable information from Jay Young, Jacquie Delisle and our Commercial and Business Staff.
How to Communicate with Your Attorney
Please start by calling 410-838-5500 or 410-879-2220; after hours, a FIRM DIRECTORY will connect you to your attorney's voice-mail.
If you use the CONTACT FORM that is on this page, your question will be routed to your specific attorney.
Finally, you may start a communication via E-MAIL. Many of our attorneys monitor their e-mail messages 24/7!
To reach Augustus "Gus" Brown, send him an e-mail.
To reach Albert J. A. "Jay" Young, send him an e-mail.
To reach Jacquie Delisle, send her an e-mail.
To reach Phil Kotschenreuther, send him an e-mail.
To reach Edward "Ned" Curry, send him an e-mail.
To reach Maureen Sentman Danos, send her an e-mail.
Other Useful Information for These Times
- As of June 8, 2020, both Harford County and Cecil County courts began the process of re-opening. However, different courts are reopening at different rates, and in both jurisdictions, jury trials will not recommence until October 5, 2020.
Please contact your attorney at Brown, Brown & Young for specific information relating to your matter or your appearance.
All Courts will accept filings and all forms of communications. District Courts are more fully open, for bail reviews, bench warrants, protective orders, guardianships and more. Circuit Courts are open for bail reviews, arraignments, sentencing and plea agreements in some cases. If you have business in the courthouse (for instance, if you have been subpoenaed), you will be admitted, but the public will not generally be admitted until July 20, 2020.
Please visit these links that allow you to see the status of all cases currently in the Maryland Court System:
Maryland Judiciary Case Search:
Harford County Circuit Court daily docket (not posted until 4 pm the day before):
Cecil County Circuit Court daily docket showing all cases, and highlighting those that will be heard in accordance with the Administrative Order: https://www.mdcourts.gov/data/circuit/ce/cedocket.pdf
- County Executive Barry Glassman has published an archive of his weekly COVID-19 updates; you will find it at: https://www.harfordcountymd.gov/2823/COVID-19-Resources.
His administration is also here to answer your questions about COVID-19. Contact Harford County at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 410-638-3420, and the County government will convey to you accurate information designed to keep you and your family safe.
IMPORTANT DOCUMENTS to Assist You in This Crisis (in PDF format and as web pages):
- PDF: A COVID "TO-DO" List — General Guidance for Businesses;
Same Document as Web Page
- PDF: Preparing for the Day When the State of Emergency Is Lifted;
Same Document as Web Page
Thank you in advance for your patience and continued loyalty, as we navigate through this challenging and uncertain situation together.